Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1956 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 9, 1956
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN GREATER ALTON DOLLAR DAYS FRIDAY ft SATURDAY August 10-11 5V: Gallon GARBAGE CANS $ with IMS. 91 « »• value ........ ...«<•»• 106 Fwt No. 7 COTTON CLOTHESLINE $1.50 BEAUTIFUL PICTURES tin natural oak frames. Choice of two sizes, $1.49 and $1.99 values 'FURNITURE ca It W. headway AND $1.00 WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS. Starter Sets Of DISHES $1.95 Valiit 12 Pieces For Only . . We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps JTKKK DELIVERY Up to 200 Mile* Down To $6.94 Per $1,000 Wood River Tax Rate To Be Reduced Next Year 1 Piece 2' x 3' PEG With asserted hooks. $1.48 value 3' x 4* Tempered MASONITE $1.20 value Jl AITON S MOST VOPt'tAR HARDWAR 1 MTLMfMr M 500 BELLE ST. AITON S MOST fOPt'tAR HARDWARf 4 U PPU COMPANY 500 Btlle St. \VOOD RIVER — A decrease in the (ax rate piynble ne>f t year was announced today by City Manager Ray Karbaugh, who said that the muny rate, based on an assessed valuation of $39,000.000, would be ?6.9» on eaeh $1,000 on taxes assessed this year and payable in 1957. The rate on taxes assesssed in 1955 and in process of being paid this year is $7.09 on each $1,000. The $6.94 rate, anticipated for next year, is expected to produce $270,000 in revenue for the municipality. A proposed tax levy ordinance, levying a total of $384,214.82 from various sources, was given a first reading at a meeting of the City Council Monday night. Booster Party WOOD RIVER — A third in a series of membership booster night parties is being planned at Moose Lodge for Friday evening with tree fish for members and guests. Membership team captain Henry Voyles is steering the arrangements. The loom teenage club will have its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight at Moose Lodge 58 W. Ferguson Ave. Boys and girls between the ages of 13 and 17 of the area may join the organization. An evening of danc- not in session. Otto Brazier, president, said today. Projects which will be handled by tho executive committee in- cluci" arrangements for the organization's annual football banquet, a membership drive, and a gel-out- the-vote campaign. Wood River C of C Sets Picnic For Sept. 12 WOOD RIVER — A picnic tor members of Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce has been set for Wednesday. Sept. 12. at. South Roxana Dad's Club park, Gene Turner, executive secrr of the organization, said Wecliii:- day. Arrangements for the event are being made by a committee headed by Everett Hegeman. Sub- eliairrnan in charge of various phases are Bill Vogak, Lee Kaffen- bergor. Ivan Smith, Herb Morgan and Bill Hanfelder. Because a quorum was not present for a scheduled meeting of directors of the Chamber at American Legion Hall Wednesday night. Business on the agenda was discussed but not transacted, and will be taken up early next week by the organization's executive committee which is empowered to act when the board of directors is When you serve pineapple as part of a fruit salad, you may have the syrup left over 1 . Add a tablespoon of sauce to it and boil gently in a small saucepan until reduced in quantity and serve with a slice of broiled cooked ham. Erne?t F. Young Riles Set Sunday Funeral rites for Ernest Frederick Young, 59, who died Wednesday, will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in St. John's Evangelical Church, at Breese. by the Rev. ,T. J. Kalkbrenner. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body is at Smith Funeral Home. Alton, where friends mny call after 7 p.m. Friday and until Saturday morning when it will be taken to Bruegge-Heyer Funeral Home at Miss Mary Call ill Riles Conducted Funeral ritos for Miss Mnry K. Cahill WPTR conducted Monday at 9 a. m. in Old Cathedral with the Rev. Father Roger Simpkins ns celebrant of the requiem high mass. Father Simpkin a!- i officiated at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward Ca- hilJ, Joseph Spurgeon. James Hart. Edward Barrett, Thomas Gorman and William J. Meehan. ing and refreshments follows the business meeting. More Ladies' Shoes Ailded Daily FIRST Pair *1.n» 2nd Pair 1c S.1.95 2nd Pair le Both Pairs Wtwlcvrii Sho« k 804-06 E. Broadway—in the East End Open Monday - Friday Until 9 P. M. WASHABLE CASUALS SJ.95 $<f 99 White • Beige • Black Sizes 4 to 9 1 SCOOP ANOTHER SHIPMENT THIS WEEK Re*. $4.45 Nationally Known WASHABLE CASUALS. Sizes K to 10 9*1.9 10.95 Men's Sample Oxfords 4,95,6.95 35 Prs. Reg. $2.95 Children's STRAPS & OXFORDS Arriving Daily! Children's SCHOOL Values to $4.95 Arriving Daily! Children's SCHOOL SHOES Dollar Dm Size* 6 Mo. to 6X. Sanforized. Reg. $1.98 value CHILDREN'S OVERALLS & CRAWLERS $ 1 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 8 to 16. Sanforized. $ if Reg. $1.49 value JL 205 W. Third St. — Alton, IB. NYLON HOSE 51 Gauge, 15 Denier First Quality Lanoliied — Dark Seam Reg. $1.00 2 Pairs TRU VALUE SHOP 127 W. 3rd St. 14" x 20" Block Rubber DOOR MATS $ $1.4f valut 22-Tim LEAF RAKES $1.29 value HRIFT 500 BELLE ST. Mint?' I Mir ALTON S MOST POPl'LAH HmmABT 4 HPPIY COMPANY 500 IELLE ST. Phone 5-5561 Reduced Special Price WHITE HOUSE PAINT (Jutt 25 Gallons) $O°8 $5.00 Value .TV .-... 4* gati lon- 5 Yr. Warranty $69.50 EMERSON 20" WINDOW FAN (Limited Number) MILLER'S MILLER LIME & CEMENT CO. 519 Belle St. Phone 2-1231 DOLLAR DAYS 2'/i Ot. Aluminum WATER PITCHER With ice lip. $1.39 Value •mBi 686 E. Broadway Dial 3-9243 GREATER ALTON DOLLAR DAYS SWEATERS Slipover and Coat Style*. Site* 84 to 46. IBM Value* to f 10.98 ............................... ...... SPORT SHIRTS Long ileevM. Value* to 95.95 ....,•••••.•••••«•••••«•••«••••••••••• $4 91 •• Downtown Alton Barleffs WiUhire S Village E. Alton Open Fri. Nite Till 9 P.M.— Closed Wed. Afternoon Genuine "Plumb nv riumo «^ CLAW HAMMERS $ $1.91 value 14" x 25" Rubber Tire DOORMATS $1.39 value 500 IELLE ST. Phone 5-5561 SLIP Rayon & Cotton Nylon Trim. Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. i Shadow Panel. TRU VALUE SHOP 127 W. 3rd St. RACKS Wrtugbt IrtR «r Iriu $1.95 Value . We Cilve Up (0 800 Milt* \V $1 Day Special! Dollar Days Only 40 DENIER NYLON TRICOT PANTIES $ Elastic Legs White Only Sitet 5, 6 and 7 Reg. 69c Value 3 Pairs LEE SHOPS Belle Street and Piasa Street. THIS MONTH SCHWARTZ WILL LOAN >R PURCHASES of SIMMONS FAMOUS EAUTYR vV € %r SCHWARTZ HOW makes it possible for you to enjoy the world's finest sleep! 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